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Karma refers to the mental urges that bring us to act in compulsive ways. Acting out these urges, we reinforce our old habits and condition ourselves to acting in a certain way. So we continue to repeat our patterns of behavior and we experience our moods going up and down.

If we want to break free from these up and down changes, we need to become mindful of our mental urges and choose not to act them out. If we do this, in time we will slowly change our attitudes and replace destructive behaviors with constructive ones.


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Practical tips to break free from destructive behaviors

Practical tips to break free from destructive behaviors

In general:

  • Be mindful of the urges you're feeling
  • Allow negative urges to arise and depart naturally without acting on them. This will gradually weaken them and allow you to break your old habits.

When you realize you acted out a negative urge, you can lessen its impact on yourself by:

  • Admitting it was a mistake
  • Regretting what you did
  • Intending to stop repeating that action
  • Finding ways to repair the damage


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Examples of karmic habits

Examples of karmic habits

  • If you grew up with cheating and fighting between your parents, you will be more likely to look for cheating signs in your adult relationships
  • If you were abused as a child, you will be more likely to see abusive behavior around you and to become an abuser yourself
  • If you make a habit of fiddling your tax return, you will feel more anxious as the IRS might catch you and you need to be careful who you are honest with
  • If you make a habit of criticizing others, you will have a tendency to point out the shortcomings of others and miss out their good qualities


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